[PRIMEUR] [PRIMEUR] [PRIMEUR] Vandaag mag ik er, als eerste in Nederland(!) meer over schrijven: MSN® Spaces, a free service currently available in beta version, is an entirely new offering from MSN that allows consumers to create personal Internet Spaces sites where they can express themselves in a variety of ways and interact with the people they care about most. MSN Spaces is more than an ordinary personal Web site; it’s an easy-to-use service that is more like a dynamic online scrapbook, giving people a place to create and update a Web log, or blog, and share their photos, music playlists and more, all while better connecting them with friends, family or the online world.
The MSN Spaces beta, available in 26 markets and 14 languages, comes with a rich notification system that informs people’s contacts about changes to their Spaces to help bring people closer together. MSN Spaces enables consumers to easily share things with the people they care about in a format that can be easily customized. People can start a Space with just a few clicks, and then personalize it to reflect their moods, likes and dislikes:
MSN Spaces is designed to help people express themselves online while better connecting them with their friends, family and other contacts:
Spaces team spaces Scott Isaacs (web experience architect) Mike Torres (program manager on web experience) Michael Connolly (group program manager on web experience) Dare Obansajo (program manager on backend) Jay Fluegel (program manager on web experience)
Met dank aan collega SearchChamp en blogger Chris Pirillo. Zie ook de video op Channel9.
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